Chiheb Esseghaier, 30, and Raed Jaser, 35, were arrested yesterday
Suspected received orders and got guidance from Al Qaeda leader in Iran
Planned to target New York-bound trains in Toronto
Jaser’s house in Toronto raided by police and evidence removed
Canadian security forces have thwarted an al-Qaeda-backed terrorist plot to derail a New York City-bound passenger train as it crossed the Niagara River, just a few miles from Niagara Falls.
The Royal Canadian Mounted Police yesterday arrested Chiheb [...]
cbc.ca website article….
When the Conservative government passed its controversial omnibus budget bill last month, it included new powers for certain U.S. law enforcement agents that critics say could have ramifications for Canadian sovereignty.
The Integrated Cross Border Law Enforcement Operations Act now makes it possible for American officers to cross the border into Canada where, as the act states, they have “the same power to enforce an act of Parliament as [...]
June 19, 2012
The FBI wants Congress to pass a law that would prevent the implementation of a new and more efficient internet communications protocol. It opposes IPv6 because it is more difficult to trace users. IPv5 makes surveillance easier.
Declan McCullagh writes:
“FBI, Drug Enforcement Administration, and Royal Canadian Mounted Police officials have told industry representatives that IPv6 traceability is necessary to identify people suspected of crimes. The FBI has even suggested [...]
Remains of Rory Wagner, 53, found in bushes near his abandoned car
Animal prints and scratch marks discovered on vehicle, police say
A bear ate the corpse of a convicted murderer in a wooded area of Canada, according to authorities.
The mauled body of Rory Wagner, 53, was found in a rural area in southern British Columbia, the Royal Canadian Mounted Police said.
Police believe Wagner was already dead in a 1986 Volkswagen Jetta [...]
Call it the luck of the drunk.
An inebriated man from Alberta, Canada, who was run over by 26 train cars while lying passed out on the tracks walked away unscathed.
On May 20, the 8,000-ton Canadian Pacific Railway freight train was speeding down the tracks in southeast British Columbia, west of the Rocky Mountains, when the engineer noticed the man in his 20s straight ahead.
The train conductor sounded the horn and [...]
A Canadian hang gliding pilot whose passenger plummeted 1,000 feet to her death is in police custody until a video camera memory card he swallowed passes through his digestive system.
William Jon Orders, 50, has been charged with obstructing justice after allegedly swallowing the card from the video camera that was attached to the hang glider.
Authorities believe the card may hold evidence that could show what happened when Orders’ passenger, Lenami [...]
A hang-gliding instructor is accused of swallowing a memory card that may have recorded the lead-up to the moment a woman slipped to her death.
Pilot William Jon Orders, 50, was taking 27-year-old Lenami Godinez, from British Columbia, Canada, on her first flight when she became detached from the tandem ride and fell 300 metres out of the sky.
Orders was arrested on Sunday and is being held in custody until his court [...]
A highly intoxicated man has been filmed singing a perfect rendition of Queen’s Bohemian Rhapsody by the camera in a police cruiser.
The unknown man was picked up for allegedly being drunk just before 4am in November last year.
The footage appears to come from a Royal Canadian Mounted Police car in Edson, Alberta.
Watch the video:
And Queen’s version:
And Mike Myer’s version from Wayne’s World:
Read more: http://www.dailymail.co.uk/news/article-2122419/Drunk-man-sings-perfect-rendition-Bohemian-Rhapsody-Canadian-cop-cruiser-YouTube-video.html#ixzz1qZU2B4nS